With Germán Doin, Director of “The Prohibited Education”
On day 13 August 2012, Educating for Life was invited to participate in the premiere of “The Prohibited Education” in Buenos Aires (Argentina). An independent documentary that began three years ago and collecting more than 100 interviews in Argentina, Uruguay, Chile, Colombia, Peru, Ecuador, Mexico and Spain.
The documentary questions the virtues of the education system in place for decades and brings the vision ‘breakthrough’ of teachers, educators, pedagogical professionals and pediatricians who believe in challenging positions of models such as Montessori, home schooling, free schools, education for projects, active schools or Waldorf education.
Along the way, more than 150 people have joined on the team, including actors, technicians and artists. The film, non-profit organization, was co-produced by 704 people and available under Copyleft. Copyleft is a free license for copying, distribution, use and dissemination. Their only requirement is that all activities related to the use, copying, modification, etc., keep the character of both free and open dissemination and modification and that copies or new works that continue to be Copyleft arise.
On the day of its release, the film was screened in 151 theaters, in 119 cities and in 13 countries, and you can see it now here:
In addition, after talking with one of the promoters of the project, Franco Lacomella, Global Education Magazine and the new project emerged after the documentary, REEVO, will work together in the future creating spaces for the dissemination of alternative educational experiences around the world.